A Titillating Guide for Elevated Nippleplay

If you play with nipples just so, you can signal all the same marvelous parts of the brain as the genitals do when they’re aroused. You can even trigger orgasms (for some lucky women). Nipples contain more than 800 sensitive nerve endings, and nippleplay can release the happy hormone, oxytocin, making these headlights a go-to erogenous zone for incredible sensual pleasure.

But how to play?

Some like licking, but can’t stand biting or sucking. Others like rougher play, like clamps, flicking or flogging. Some deem nipples a straight-up no touch zone—and that’s OK. Open communication and experimentation is key.

If you enjoy having your nipples played with, and find the possibility of nipplegasm intriguing, below I’ve included some wonderful pleasure techniques to request from your lover. I’m sure they’ll be happy to oblige:

Use breath. Get close and breathe hot breath across the nipples. Add a sloppy lick of saliva for the wetness then blow on them, which’ll then feel cool and breezy.

Light, gentle fingertip touches. With a feather or light touch, and some saliva, glide up and over nipples, then circle around the areola.

Focus on one nipple at a time. Incorporate a massage on one breast while stimulating the nipple with the other hand. The longer you focus on one nipple at a time, the more likely the elusive nipplegasm will be achieved.

Kiss, lick, and suck with your mouth. Make out with the nipples like you’re giving a french kiss. Wiggle your tongue quickly back and forth. Lap it like dog kisses. Suck each nipple alternatively while massaging the other with your hand and watch your lover become overwhelmed with pleasure.

Slowly drip or drizzle hot candle wax on nipples. Pouring warm wax on the nipples sends waves of intense pleasure straight to your southern region, as the nerves in your nipples are connected to your other erogenous zones. This is why some women can even be triggered to orgasm when breastfeeding.

And here’s some other quick tricks sure to surprise n’ please your lover:

  • Flick the nipples for a hurt-so-good rush, or slap them with a flogger
  • Tap slowly and quickly, or use a vibrator to achieve the same effect
  • Gently squeeze nipples in mini pulses
  • Roll the nipple back and forth gently between the fingers
  • Gently tug and release, then try a squeeze, twist and release

Things to add that can help achieve nipplegasm:

There are many fun and exciting ways to explore nippleplay. Toys, candle wax, lubricant, and a willing partner are great to have, but all you really need is an open mind and some nipples. From there, just go at your own pace to blissfully navigate what’s right for you and those two magical erogenous zones that drive everyone wild.

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Dr. Sadie Allison

Dr. Sadie Allison

Founder & CEO of trusted pleasure boutique TickleKitty.com since 2001, best known as America's Pleasure Coach. Doctor of Human Sexuality and bestselling author and publisher of 6 sex-help books with 2 million copies sold. Find her on twitter @drsadie, Facebook, Instagram or Pinterest. Read more articles by Dr. Sadie.

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